There have been different reports suggesting that Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 smartphone may not be released until March or even April 2817, but speculations about the much anticipated new flagship handset are already starting to heat up.
According to Bloomberg, Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 lineup will feature a new design will see the handset’s display occupy a much larger portion of the phones’ faces. As was the case in 2016, Samsung may launch a smaller Galaxy S8 model alongside a larger Galaxy S8 phablet. Next year, however, both new models will seemingly get displays that curve on both sides.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 will likely remove the home button and replace it with the fingerprint scanner beneath the screen. That's really cool but what will it actually look like? I can't say for sure until Samsung unveils its new Galaxy S8 smartphones in February 2017, but it's possible that the image above from graphic designer Geskin and the second one below that he posted on Twitter last month may end up being a very good representation.
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